Lamar Jackson can’t do it all, but he sure tries his best to do so. Here are his highlights from this week’s game against NC State.
This guy is re-writing the University of Louisville record books as well as most of the ACC records. He is the reigning Heisman trophy winner but most importantly, he is a Louisville Cardinal. Here are some pics from this season… Read the rest of this entry
While the score wasn’t what UofL fans wanted, there were positives to come out of the game last night. Lamar Jackson had a record breaking game against NC State. Kelly Dickey (@RealCardGame) detailed what records Lamar broke.
Tonight, Lamar Jackson became the first ever underclassman to record 3,000 rushing yards and 7,000 passing. He is only the 6th player ever to reach this milestone.
Lamar Jackson has tied NC State’s Russell Wilson for 5th for the all time ACC touchdown record. He now has 93 (and counting) touchdowns at UofL.
After a strong bounce back, from a hard loss, the University of Louisville football team jumps back up to number 17 in this week’ AP Poll. Take a look to see where the rest of the ACC stands.
Lamar Jackson broke another ACC record on Saturday night. He now stands alone as having the most career rushing yards as a quarterback. Congratulations Lamar!
Bobby Petrino, Lamar Jackson, Stacy Thomas, Jon Greenard, Jaylen Smith, Charles Standberry all met with the media after Saturday’s loss to Clemson. You can hear the frustration in their voices as they replay the game in their minds. Take a look at what they had to say below.
Lamar Jackson is a once in a lifetime player. There is nothing he can’t do. Here are just some of the highlights from him this past Saturday courtesy of Louisville Athletics and ESPN.
Dick Vitale has made it clear that he believes Lamar Jackson is the spark that the Cards need to beat Clemson tomorrow evening! You can see the full video below. It’s gonna be awesome babyyyyy!
2 more sleeps until game day. Until then, here is an awesome video by Mark Powell with 12UP to help you get through the end of the work week.
Saturday’s game against Clemson will be one for the ages. UofL’s offense has been strong with reigning Heisman winner, Lamar Jackson leading it. Clemson’s defense has made it’s opponents look goofy. So who gives in on Saturday? Our friend’s at the ACC Digital Network help break it down for you.
ESPN’s Trevor Matich breaks down why Lamar Jackson is even more dangerous this year than he was last year. Take a look below!
*Another One* (DJ Khaled voice).
Andrew Canavos with BallIsLife.com created an awesome Lamar Jackson highlight video. If you weren’t counting down the seconds till Saturday, you will be after this.
ESPN.COM released it’s weekly Heisman watch. Lamar Jackson comes in second this week. See who else is listed and let us know what you think about the standings.
The 2016 Heisman winner, Lamar Jackson flew under as many radars possible coming into the 2017 season. Every person imaginable overlooked him, completely forgot about the record-breaking season he posted last year. Jordan Heck with Sporting News and Eric Galko with Optimum Scouting, break down why Jackson deserves every ounce of praise he has received finally. It seems Cardinal fans are not the only ones who remember why he is the best quarterback in the country, not a wide receiver.
LVSuperBook released their updated title odds after week 2. Take a look at where UofL stands and let us know what you think about their chances.
Lamar Jackson had an amazing game yesterday and once again, everyone is noticing. Our friends at the ACC Digital Network created a Lamar Jackson highlight reel from the game yesterday against UNC. Take a look below.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Saturday’s football game between a pair of top-15 teams Louisville and Clemson is being moved to primetime, the Atlantic Coast Conference announced on Sunday.
Louisville is ranked No. 14 in the latest Associated Press poll and faces a top-five opponent for the second-straight season at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. In 2016, the Cardinals defeated No. 2 Florida State 63-20.
Clemson, the 2016 national champion, is ranked No. 3 after a 14-6 win over Auburn on Saturday.
ESPN’s College GameDay is broadcasting from the oval in front Grawemeyer Hall, on the UofL campus. Additional details will be announced later in the week.